NYX Gaming Looks Forward to Dutch Lottery DealPublished March 29, 2016 by Vlad G
Games from NextGen Gaming might be coming on major lottery websites in the Netherlands.
Online gambling content and technology supplier NYX Gaming Group has revealed the fact that it delivered a letter of intent to De Lotto and the Dutch State Lottery to integrate their services on the platform and also launch casino games on the websites.
An Operator Worth €1 billion
According to NYX, the planning phase for this move began in December 2015 as a direct result of the changes in local regulations that would allow De Lotto and The Dutch State Lottery, also known as de Nederlandse Staatsloterij, to merge. The two big brands coming together would result in a lottery operator worth €1 billion and it should soon be a done deal.
The potential for NYX Gaming Group would give a bigger coverage of the gambling industry in the Netherlands as it will integrate its player management systems and digital content through the Open Platform System. If the agreement goes through, the websites owned by the Dutch operator will also feature slots and other online casino games created by NextGen Gaming, a subsidiary of NYX. With online gambling soon being legalized in the country, the big companies are already getting ready for the launch.
The CEO of NYX Gaming, Matt Davey, released a statement in which he said that revenue forecasts have gone over €260 billion for the global lottery industry and the company is the perfect position to work in the sector. NYX Gaming is one of the few casino content providers in the World Lottery Association.
Online Casino Games in the Netherlands
The Dutch online casino market will soon be regulated under its own jurisdiction and the organizations coming together will create a new leader in the country. The addition of games from NextGen Gaming to their websites will allow players to enjoy a large variety of video slots, scratch cards and more. Medusa II, Merlin's Millions, Foxin' Wins and Easy Slider are just some of the titles provided by the developer.